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To reference an interview in Harvard style, put the name of the interviewee and the year in brackets as your in-text citation. In your bibliography, list the name of the person being interviewed, the year (in round brackets) and title of the interview (if any) in single quotation marks. Then put Interviewed by or Interview with and the name of the interviewer, followed by the title of the publication or programme (in italics) and the day and month of the interview.
Smith, A. (2012) Interviewed by John Humphries on Today, BBC Radio 4, 21 December.
For more information on referencing, see the Referencing guide.